If you’ve never had an orgasm, your orgasms have become less intense, or you’re experiencing troubling symptoms such as urinary incontinence, you may not be in the mood for sex anymore. A remarkable new therapy called the O-Shot® with Steve Lasater, MD, at Optimal Wellness Medical in Grand Rapids, Michigan, restores your urogenital tissues and your sex life. Dr. Lasater is one of the few physicians in the United States who’s licensed to administer the O-Shot. Contact Dr. Lasater for an O-Shot consultation by calling Optimal Wellness Medical or booking an appointment online.
O-Shot Q & A
What is the O-Shot?
The O-Shot, also known as the Orgasm-Shot®, is a cutting-edge, nonsurgical, injectable procedure that uses the healing powers of your own blood to restore clitoral, vulvar, and urogenital tissues. Dr. Lasater uses the O-Shot to improve:
- Number of orgasms
- Intensity of orgasms
- Arousal time
- Urinary incontinence
- Vaginal tone
If you have white, patchy areas on your vulva — a condition known as lichen sclerosus — you can also talk to Dr. Lasater about using the O-Shot to improve the quality and appearance of your vulvar skin.
What makes the O-Shot effective?
The O-Shot infuses aging or damaged vaginal, vulvar, and urogenital tissues with the healing powers of your own blood through a therapy called platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Doctors have used PRP for more than 10 years in sports medicine to accelerate healing and rebuild damaged tissues.
What happens when I get an O-Shot?
The O-Shot is a simple procedure that Dr. Lasater performs in the comfort and safety of the Optimal Wellness Medical office. First, his assistant numbs your clitoris, vulva, and anterior vaginal wall (location of the G-Spot) with a topical anesthetic containing benzocaine, lidocaine, and tetracaine.
Dr. Lasater then withdraws a small amount of blood from your arm. Dr. Lasater puts the blood into a sterile centrifuge, which separates the healing platelets from other blood components. He mixes the highly concentrated platelets with a small amount of plasma (liquid portion of your blood) to create the PRP infusion.
Dr. Lasater then injects the PRP (combined with calcium chloride) into the treatment areas. The calcium chloride helps keep the PRP localized to the treatment areas. The O-Shot is made up of your own blood and therefore won’t cause any allergic reactions.
How long does the O-Shot take to work?
Some women notice an improvement in clitoral and vaginal sensation immediately after their first treatment. Over the course of the next few weeks, you should notice improved sexual response, lessening of troubling symptoms, and a pinker, smoother, plumper look to your vulvar tissues. The rejuvenating and stimulating effects of the O-Shot can last for up to a year.
If you’re ready to reclaim your sex life and sexual confidence, contact Dr. Lasater for an O-Shot. Book an online appointment at Optimal Wellness Medical or call the helpful staff.